Lincoln mathematical sciences professor to participate in EduTECH Europe 2021 Conference

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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. - Dr. Claude Tameze, professor and chair of the department of mathematical sciences, has been invited by Terrapinn to speak at the EduTECH Europe 2021 virtual conference.

“I am truly delighted and honored,” said Dr. Tameze. “I believe this opportunity is a product of the quality of work of the students, faculty, and staff of the department of mathematical sciences, and the competitiveness of our curriculum.”

The EduTech Europe is a continuation of the EduTECH global series, which has already held conferences in Australia, Asia, and Africa. The EduTECH Europe conference will take place virtually over two days, April 28-29.

Dr. Tameze is among 90 global experts in the fields of education and technology that will be featured. Tameze will be interviewed in a fireside chat titled ‘Increasing diversity in STEAM with personalized learning' to give a Lincoln University perspective on the use of individualized interventions and personalized learning to foster diversity in STEM. 

“My participation in the EduTECH conference highlights the high impact education Lincoln students receive,” said Tameze. “Our students are sought after for admissions to top graduate programs and top career opportunities. For example, a recent graduate passed three highly competitive national actuarial exams and was hired by Milliman, a top actuarial consulting firm."

To learn more and to register for EduTECH Europe 2021, visit Terrapinn.com or contact Dr. Claude Tameze, ctameze@lincoln.edu. This conference is FREE and open to the public. 

Lincoln University, the nation’s first degree-granting Historically Black College and University (HBCU), educates and empowers students to lead their communities and change the world. Lincoln offers a rigorous liberal arts education to a diverse student body of approximately 2,200 men and women in more than 35 undergraduate and graduate programs.